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  • Region-Free Blu-ray Players For Travelers and Expats

    region free blu-ray players for travelers and expatsOne of the biggest inconveniences from people who move, retire or live for extended periods overseas is that they can't watch their movies on a Blu-ray or DVD Player. The reason for this is simple - discs and disc players are designed, manufactured and sold to only play movies from their respective region.
     
    For example, a Blu-ray player from Europe will not play discs sold in australia, nor would it play discs from the USA. Likewise, a North American Blu-ray player won't play discs from Europe, Japan, or South America. The reasons for this are many, but the reasons aren't really important. What's important is to understand that a simple, effective, reliable and affordable alternative is right at your fingertips. The Region-Free Blu-ray Player.
     

    What is a Region-Free Blu-ray Player?

    Region-Free Players (both Blu-ray and DVD) are specially modified players that will play discs from any region in the world. Typically a 3rd party business will buy the most popular brands & models of which are available in stores and then modify the hardware professionally. Once the modifications are complete, the players are sold as region-free models. Consumers can purchase these models and play discs from any region without worry.
     
    Another great aspect of region-free players is their compatibility with the electrical voltage and color systems of foreign countries. Let's take a look below at this works.
     

    Voltage

    In North America, all players are designed for 120 volts use because that's the standard electrical voltage. In other regions of the world, it's usually 220 to 240 volts. To make things simple, region-free players feature worldwide voltage, allowing you to flip a switch on the back to choose your operating voltage depending on your location. This lets you use a region-free player anywhere in the world without the need for a bulky voltage transformer or converter.
     

    Color Systems

    As far as color systems are concerned, the resolution and color format varies from continent to continent. PAL, NTSC, and Secam are the 3 major color systems, and if you try to use a PAL Blu-ray player with a NTSC TV, they'll be incompatible. The hardware inside the TV won't be able to process the formatting of the disc, or, process the information the Blu-ray player sends the TV. To resolve this incompatibility issue, you'd normally have to purchase an audio/video converter. Luckily, 95% of region-free players have been modified with internal PAL/NTSC/Secam conversion. There's no need to buy converters and deal with messy wires and additional costs. It's plug and play!
     

    Region-Free Blu-ray Players Are A Perfect Solution

    As you can probably see now, the benefits of owning a region-free player are several. It can play discs from anywhere in the world and it will work at any voltage. It can also work with any TV, regardless of the color system. You can literally take these players anywhere in the world, play any disc, and use it with any TV. That's a flexibility that you can't afford to miss out on.
     
    Surely, the age of the internet gives us things like streaming media and Netflix for watching movies, but there's not always a solid internet connection available for these services. A lot of us prefer to own the actual discs, or, we may already have a large collection of discs that we'd like to be able to use - even if we relocate to a foreign country. A Region-Free Blu-ray Player is the ultimate, affordable, and highly reliable solution.

  • Dual Voltage Hair Dryers: A Simple Solution For Travelers

    dual voltage hair dryersOne of the biggOne of the most common horror stories we hear about from international travelers, new expats and vacationers has to do with hair dryers.
     
    "I plugged it in, turned it on, and was drying my hair when suddenly I smelled something. I looked over and the cord was melting and the outlet was on fire!"
     
    It's a common mistake. Many a traveler has ruined their hair-dryer by using it in a country where the voltage is too high. The same is often true with curling irons, which are prone to starting fires in this circumstance because people often leave them unattended while they're heating up.
     
    The problem is this: Most North American hair dryers (and curling irons) are designed to be used only where they're sold - in North America. The manufacturer's specifically produce these products for use with 120 volt electricity as it's the standard voltage used in North America. When you take a product designed for 120 volts and attempt to use it with 220 or 240 volts in a place like Europe, the extra voltage is too much too handle and results in the damage and/or failure of the product. Products with heating elements (like hair dryers and curling irons) are even more susceptible to the hazard of fire because they're designed to get very hot. The additional electricity can cause them to get so hot they will explode, melt, or start on fire. This type of improper use can cause burn, electrical shock, or even death!
     
    The difference in electrical voltage throughout the different regions of the world seems like such a simple thing to be aware of, but if you've never traveled or heard someone else's horror story you could easily be unaware of the hazard. The good news is that if you've read this far, you're now informed. Even better, is that you can learn about the simple solution to this dilemma.
     

    Dual Voltage Hair Dryers & Curling Irons

    Designed specifically for travelers, dual voltage products are capable of working at any voltage from 110 to 240 volts. While you might need an adapter so the plug will fork with the wall outlet (depending what country you're in), there's no need for a voltage converter/transfromer and no risk of electrical shock, burn, or fire. It's a simple, effective, affordable solution.
     
    Dual voltage hair dryers and curling irons are available from your favorite brands in the most popular types and styles. The cost is only a couple dollars more for dual-voltage models, and they'll also work perfectly in a boat, yacht, or RV - all of which utilize 220-volt electricity. Check out dual voltage hair dryers today and leave the worries behind on your next vacation. You'll look good, feel good, and best of all you won't burn your place down!

  • Moving Overseas with Appliances and Electronics

    moving overseas with appliances and electronicsIf you're heading overseas for an extended period of time, whether for business or retirement, you're probably overwhelmed with preparations. From renting or buying real estate to dealing with the immigration process and deciding what belongings you'll be taking along on your move, moving overseas can be quite a daunting task.
     
    What about your electronics? What about major appliances like a refrigerator, microwave, or washer and dryer? What about kitchen appliances? Are you planning to purchase these overseas when you arrive at your destination? Are you ready to deal with salesmen trying to sell you overpriced appliances from a sad selection of brands and models? Are you prepared to negotiate in a foreign language? Are you sure you're going to get what you want at a fair price - or will you end up settling for whatever is available to avoid the hassle of shopping around? In a foreign country, making a major purchase can prove to be a major hassle. Luckily, there are other options to consider that can reduce your stress, simplify the purchasing process and ensure you're getting the best value for your dollar.
     
    As a retailer of electronics and appliances for overseas use, and as specialists in international relocation, 220 Electronics can streamline your overseas move. We have a huge selection of electronics and appliances, specifically designed for 220 volt use. We carry the latest, most popular models from the top brand names around the world, priced to sell at the best prices anywhere. With over 35 years of experience, we have the understanding and the experience to help you choose the proper electronics and appliances for your specific needs.
     
    It works like this: You contact us for a hassle-free, no obligation consultation. We can discuss the details of your move, what you're interested in purchasing, and what types of options or features you're looking for, including any specific brands you're after. We can then put together a list of the products and models that are best suited to your specifications and provide you with an itemized price sheet. You can view the products online via our website, compare prices with competitors, and add or remove products as necessary. When you're ready to make your purchase, we can help you decide whether to ship your items to you before your move, or whether you'd like us to ship them directly to your destination. If you prefer, we'll even wait until you arrive at your foreign destination before you ship so you can have the peace of mind that you'll be there to receive everything.
     
    Our goal is to assist you with your move by making the process as simple and efficient as possible. We take the stress out of moving overseas with appliances and electronics. Our returning customer base and view our ratings and reviews prove that we're the best around and deliver satisfaction time and time again.
     
    What are you waiting for? Get your free relocation consultation today. We'll make your life easier so you can focus on the technical details of your move. We hope to hear from you soon!
     
    - 220 Electronics

  • Voltage Transformers for North America

    voltage transformers for north americaIf you're planning a vacation or holiday in North America, it's important to be prepared. Generally, you'll need to arrange for airline tickets, hotels and any activities you plan to pursue - but what about your electronics? Many people venture overseas to foreign countries each year without considering how - or if - they'll be able to use their electronics at their destination.
     
    The standard electrical voltage varies from country to country and from region to region around the globe, often making it difficult to use electronics and personal devices while you're traveling. For example, Europe uses a standard of 220 volts while North America uses 110. What this means is that all electronics sold in Europe are designed to work only with 220 (or 240) volt electricity, and all North American electronics are designed only for use with 110 (or 120) volts. Any attempt to use electronics with the improper voltage can result in damaged devices, fire, or even electrocution.
     
    So what do you do when you're preparing for a special trip to North America and want to take your electronics along with you? Well, it depends what you're bringing. Many cell phone and laptop computer manufacturers design their chargers for use with any voltage, however, it's important to check the label or voltage information for your device before you travel. Other devices like electric razors, curling irons and hair dryers are usually only designed for a single voltage and will require the use of a voltage transformer for North America.
     

    What Does a Voltage Transformer for North America Do?

    Voltage transformers perform a simple but very important task - they transform the voltage up or down (depending on the type of transformer) so you can safely use your electronics in foreign countries. For anyone in a country using 220 volts who plans on visiting North America, a step-up transformer is required in order to use electronics. The step-up voltage transformer boosts the standard 110 volts used in North America up to 220 volts, meeting the voltage that your electronics were designed for and allowing you to use them without worry.
     

    What size Voltage Transformer Do I Need for North America?

    The size of the transformer depends on the number of watts your devices use. Most cell phones and electric razors use a rather low wattage. People who only plan to travel with these types of personal electronics will usually be fine using a travel voltage transformer. If you plan to bring your laptop, hair dryer, radio, Blu-ray Player or anything similar that uses a higher wattage, you'll need to purchase a step-up voltage transformer that has a wattage which is equivalent (or higher) than the wattage used by your device. For example, to use a curling iron rated at 800 watts, you will need a minimum of 800 watt set-up voltage transformer. It's recommended to use a transformer rated for double the wattage of your devices to protect against power surges or voltage fluctuations.
     

    Buying a Voltage Transformer for North America

    For more information on purchasing a voltage transformer for North America, visit our Voltage Transformer Buying Guide. It will expelling everything you need to know about choosing the proper transformer for your specific needs. You can also learn about foreign plug adapters to ensure you have the proper plug to fit the electrical outlets in North America.
     
    As specialists in international travel and foreign relocation, 220 Electronics has over 35 years of experience in dealing with electronics and voltage transformers. We also sell a variety of voltage transformers in all sizes, from 50 volts to 25,00 volts. Be sure to purchase your voltage transformer from a reputable seller and be sure you're purchasing the correct size and type to avoid any complications during your travels! Enjoy your trip to North America.

  • Multisystem Electronics: What's The Difference?

    multisystem electronicsIn today's fast-paced world of communication and travel, we expect things to be as flexible and convenient as possible. We have portable battery backups for our mobile devices, we can store our data on the cloud for easy access, and we can pay for our groceries - or our tab at the coffee shop - with a simple swipe of our cell phone. If there's a product or service that makes our lives easier, faster or more productive, you can be sure that people will want it.
     
    With electronics being one of the biggest markets in the world, it's not really a surprise that consumers and businesses alike are interested in the newest, most capable and most complete devices that money can buy. While many people won't even utilize a third of their electronic's capabilities, there are many of us who frequently squeeze every last drop of performance and capability out of our devices.
     
    You might be familiar with the term "multisystem" and you may have never heard of it - but it's another one of those technologies that allows for maximum flexibility, compatibility and usability. Multisystem technology allows people to get the most from their home electronics or personal devices when traveling abroad or moving overseas, and here's how it works.
     
    The term multisystem, generally speaking, represents a device that's capable of working with multiple systems. For example, a Multisystem TV can work at different voltages, with different standard color systems, and varying tuner frequencies. In different countries, continents and regions of the world, there are different systems for the delivery of data, electricity and audio/video compatibility.. A TV purchased in North America is not compatible with the voltage used in Europe, nor is it compatible with the european color system. In order to use your North American TV in England, you'll need a voltage converter and a video converter - at minimum. However, with a multisystem TV, it's plug-and-play. The Multisystem TV can be used with any voltage and any color system, without the need for any type of external converters. In basic terms, the multusystem TV is a global TV.
     
    Multisystem electronics are not limited to just TVs. Blu-ray players, surround sound systems and even personal electronics or small appliances are available to consumers who want products that will work anywhere in the world.
     
    Additionally, there is a wide array of products not considered to be multisystem per say, but that feature dual-voltage technology to provide global compatibility. These kind of products include home appliances and personal electronics such as hair dryers, electric razors and curling irons. They're designed to work at any voltage and can be used anywhere in the world. Both multisystem electronics and dual-voltage products are very valuable to anyone who travels, lives abroad or is planning to move overseas in the near future. These products - as mentioned before - are plug-and-play. They're designed to work everywhere without the need for additional converters, wires, adapters and the like. They completely eliminate any issues or worries about foreign compatibility, allowing you to focus on more important things than "Why did my curling iron just start on fire!???"
     
    If you're someone who frequently goes overseas or travels abroad for long periods, you'll surely understand these struggles of international compatibility - or at least have experienced it at some point. There's nothing like arriving in a comfortable hotel room after a week of hiking in the Swiss Alps; until you decide to give your face a much-needed shave and literally melt the internals of your razor because it's not designed for the 220-volt electricity used in Switzerland. It can be a rather stressful learning lesson, but it doesn't have to be. Whether you've experienced these setbacks before or are just learning about them, multisystem electronics and dual-voltage electronics can eliminate the hassles.
     
    As specialists in multusystem electronics, dual voltage electronics and international relocation with over 35 years experience, 220 Electronics can help you eliminate the worries about using your electronics and/or appliances overseas. We carry a large selection of multisystem electronics, dual-voltage electronics, and home appliances designed for global use and 220 bolt use. Better yet, we're the only retailer of these devices who guarantees the lowest prices in the world. For more information on our products, our inventory or our relocation services, visit our website at 220-Electronics.com today. Get up to speed with the flexibility and convenience offered by multisystem and dual-voltage electronics and never face annoying compatibility complications again.

  • Voltage Converters and Foreign Plug Adapters for Overseas Travel

    voltage converters and foreign plug adaptersIf you're heading abroad this summer - whether for a week or a month - you need to be sure you're prepared to take your electronics with you. Electrical voltage varies from continent to continent, and even from country to country. This means that your electronics may not be compatible with the higher (or lower) voltage in your destination country. In order to prevent damage to your devices or even electrical shock, it's important to plan ahead by purchasing a voltage converter to take with you.
     
    If you're from North America and traveling to Europe for example, your electronics are designed for 120 volts only. Since Europe uses 220 volts, attempting to plug in your North American radio or electric razor without a converter will surely ruin your device because it's too much voltage for it to handle. Utilizing a voltage converter will ensure that the electricity going to your device is the same voltage that it was designed for, allowing you to use it safely and without worry. There's a wide variety of types, sizes and styles of voltage converters available, but for simple vacation travel we recommend a basic travel voltage converter. It's capable of handling low-watt electronics such as cell phone chargers, electric razors, radios, tablets and more. They're also relatively small, inexpensive and can be easily tucked away into your suitcase or backpack.
     
    You'll also need to be sure you have some plug adapters to take along with you, since foreign countries have different styles of wall outlets than North America. There's actually up to 10 different types of plugs and wall outlets that are widely used around the world, and a voltage converter without a plug adapter is going to be pretty useless to you. Luckily, 220-Electronics has you covered. We carry an assortment of voltage converters and plug adapters for any place in the world, making it possible to use your electronics wherever you travel to.
     
    One of our top selling travel voltage converters and foreign plug adapters is a $24 kit which includes a converter and plug adapters of every type. It's perfect for basic use and can get you through your travels without ruining your electronics or having to buy overpriced converters when arriving at your destination. They're also perfect for world travelers because of their flexibility for use in any country - everything is included in a neat and compact kit. travel voltage converter and plug adapter kit, or you can view our complete inventory of voltage conveters here.
     
    Wherever you're traveling to this year, be sure you're prepared with voltage converters and foreign plug adapters. It's never fun to be in a foreign location without access to your most basic needs like a cell phone, camera or electric toothbrush. A well-prepared traveler is a happy traveler. Enjoy your adventures!

  • Multisystem 4K Ultra-HD TVs for Overseas Use

    multisystem 4k tvs for overseas useThe latest major advancement in TV technology is the recent development and transition from high-definition (1080p HD) - which has been the standard for the last 15 years - to the mind-boggling clarity and depth of 4K Ultra-HD (or 4K UHD). While the technology has been in the works for several years now, it's taken some time for manufacturers and production companies to introduce it to the public.
     
    Today, there are more and more movie titles being offered in 4K. A growing number of streaming media services and TV channels are offering 4k resolution, but the Ultra-HD picture can only be enjoyed with the use of a 4K TV. Prices were astronomical at first, similar to any new technology, but the increased production on 4k TVs helped to bring prices down drastically in 2014. As 2016 moves on, we're sure to see an increase of both 4k movie titles and channels, as well as a more widespread availability of 4k compatible TVs.
     
    What's 4k UHD? Well, the current most common & popular resolution which has been used for quite some time now is 1080p Full HD. As the name implies, the 1080p resolution utilizes 1080 pixels. With 4k HD, the resolution in 3840 x 2160 pixels, which translates to double the resolution of 1080p. It might be hard to believe that there could be an improvement over the picture quality of a Blu-ray disc and an HD TV, let alone twice the resolution - but it's here. And it's expected that half of all US households will have a 4k TV in the next 8 years.
     
    So, moving forward to multisystem 4k TVs, you might be wondering what the benefit is?
     
    First off, due to the large demand for consumer electronics in the United States there is a huge amount of imports from China & Japan (two of the largest electronics exporters) which helps to keep the inventory up and prices down. In other countries where the number of imported electronics are lower, the prices are naturally higher and the selection is often very limited. The markets are usually populated with generic brands and the most popular name brands such as Samsung, Sony, and LG go for prices that are near twice as much as in the US. What this means is that it's much cheaper to purchase a TV from the US and pay for overseas shipping than it is to purchase the same TV in South America, for example. Purchasing a multisystem unit guarantees that the TV will work anywhere in the world, regardless of the voltage or color system being utilized in that country. People in these countries where the cost of electronics are higher are able to acquire these units at a more affordable price without having to worry about using a voltage converter or video converter.
     
    Secondly, multi system TVs are ideal for anyone who is moving or relocating overseas, either short-term or permanently. There's no need to purchase a TV that costs more in a foreign country, or to be stuck choosing from a rather stale selection of brands and models. By purchasing a multisystem unit and taking it overseas, there's no worry about compatibility. You can be in Brazil for two years, Thailand for a year, the UK for a year and then return back to the US with the same TV. Multisystem TVs are also useful for companies who regularly take part in international trade shows and need an effective way to offer a TV display without repeatedly purchasing a foreign TV each time they travel.
     
    Third, when we take a look at pricing and demand, 4k TVs are simply not affordable at all in certain parts of the world. The market for them may be very small and the selection of 4k movie titles might be non-existent. The ability to purchase a 4k TV for the same price as a regular TV is a very attractive option for many, especially when used in combination with a Region Free Blu-ray Player which will allow you to watch foreign movies which are more readily available in 4k resolution.
     
    It's actually easy to see just why multisystem models are so valuable to a growing number of people around the world. They offer greater flexibility and more affordable pricing than regular models. But what is it that literally makes a 4k TV "multisystem"? That's a good question.
     
    Multisystem TVs are units that have been professionally modified by companies specializing in this type of technology. The base model is bought from the manufacturer in bulk and then modified with both upgraded hardware and software. The end result is a TV that can work with any voltage from 110 volts to 240 volts, which covers the expanse of voltage utilized in different regions of the world. Moreso, in different regions the color system that produces the picture is different, and multisystem TVs have internal converters to handle this. No matter where you take your multisystem 4k TV, you're never going to need any type of external video converter or voltage converter to make it work. Everything is built directly into the unit, and the unit keeps it's same appearance. It's really a great technology and it makes life easier for millions of people.
     
    If you're in the market for a 4K TV and plan to move overseas soon, or if you're living in a country where the costs are too high and the supply is too low, a 4k multisystem TV is the perfect solution. Visit our website to browse our selection today and you'll agree that there's no better option than to purchase a multi-system model.

  • Moving Overseas: 220 Volt Electronics and Appliances

    220 volt electronics and appliances for overseasIf you're relocating overseas, you're probably no stranger to the fact that it involves a lot of planning and preparation. Aside from dealing with passports, visas, banking and securing a home in a foreign country, you'll still have to furnish your new living space and prepare to make the transition into your new home. One of the most tiresome things about a foreign relocation is the initial adjustments and creating a space that genuinely feels like home. You can expect to spend a good amount of time and money shopping for necessities such as beds, appliances, electronics and more - all of which can be a bit overwhelming in an unfamiliar place. On the other hand, there are options to simplify this process and streamline your transition.
     
    What many people aren't familiar with is the fact that in different regions the world, a different standard is utilized when it comes to electricity. By now - if you're planning an international relocation - you might be familiar with the voltage issue; if not, read on.
     
    In the United States and North America, we use a 120-volt electrical standard. This means that the electricity in our homes & businesses is fed to us at 120 volts, and subsequently, all of the electronics sold in North America are designed to operate at 120 volts. In other regions such as Europe or Asia, the standard voltage is 220 volts and all electronics are manufactured to operate at that voltage. To keep the explanation as simple as possible, electronics can only operate at the voltage they were designed for. Any attempt to use an electronic device with a electrical voltage higher or lower than it was designed for will not only damage the device, but pose an immediate risk of electrical shock or fire. In other words, you cannot simply take your electronics with you and use them in any foreign country.
     
    In order to minimalize the stress and hassle of shopping for appliances and electronics in a foreign country where the prices may be higher and the selection is likely quite limited, it's possible (and much more convenient) to purchase these items in the US with a reputable relocation service that specializes in 220-volt electronics and appliances. When compared to foreign countries, the North American prices will be lower, the selection larger, and they can deliver your purchase directly to your new home overseas at a time that's convenient with your arrival. The end result is that you're able to consult with professionals in your native language, purchase everything you need from a single place, pay a single bill, and arrange for everything you've purchased to arrive at the same time.
     
    Again, not only will this step help you save a lot of time and stress, but if offers a certain level of relief to know that everything's already been taken care of. Furthermore, you're able to shop for the exact brands and models you like instead of being limited to a rather bland selection. You really can't beat that idea.
     
    The knowledge and experience of a respected relocation expert will also help to ensure that you have everything you needed to "plug & play" in your destination country. If any plug adapters ro special cables are needed to use your new appliances & electronics, they'll be the first to tell you - and in most cases they will provide those to you for free with any significant purchase.
     
    Okay, so you've got the idea. You're going to need new electronics and appliances, and you have two options - purchasing them overseas or purchasing them beforehand. Which option should you choose? Let's take a look... Do you speak the native language of your new country? Do you know the area you're moving to well? Are you familiar with the best places to shop for electronics and appliances? Are you okay with taking whatever is available for purchase instead of shopping a broad selection? Do you want to take the risk of being overcharged for inferior products? Are you prepared to be told that the more affordable models are not available and the inventory only consists of the top-dollar products, forcing you to spend more than you intended to? If you answered no to any of these, than your best bet is to make your purchases beforehand.
     
    So how do you do it? First and foremost you're going to need a reputable company who specializes in 220-volt electronics and appliances and have a proven record in assisting people with overseas relocation. They'll need to be experienced with their products, have a good selection, competitive pricing, and be experienced with global shipping (not to mention well versed in any issues or pitfalls or potential issues with shipping and/or customs that need to be considered for your specific destination). The customer service should also be exceptional if you're going to spend a large sum and entrust them to a timely and proper delivery of your products overseas.
     
    Where do you find a company like that? Luckily for you, we are a company like that. 220-electronics has over 35 years of experience in assisting people with their international location by providing appliances and electronics that are suitable for any destination in the world. From the initial consultation (which is 100% free and without obligation) to the finalization of your purchase and delivery, we work diligently with our customers to provide the highest level of customer service. Not only are we highly knowledgeable about our vast product inventory but we have experience with helping people relocate in over 150 countries. It's experience like ours that gives you peace of mind and confidence to worry about the more important factors of your move such as transferring your savings to your new overseas bank, selling your home, or completing the paperwork involved for miscellaneous odds & ends; there's a lot of things to take care of, we know.
     
    Curious about where to start? Give us a call! We offer no-hassle consultations and we carry an enormous inventory of products, all designed to work at 220 volts. From the simple things like TVs and Blu-ray Players to the more serious purchases such as refrigerators or hot water heaters, we stock it all. We carry the top name brands and the newest models so you can ensure the latest technology, regardless of where you're moving. And yes, we will ship everything directly to your doorstep in practically any country around the world. We work with you and we work for you in an effort to provide a smooth, stress-free international move. We have helped thousands to do the same thing over the decades and our experience & reputation speaks for itself.
     
    Contact us today by calling 877-578-0587, or learn more and view our inventory at 220-Electronics.com from the comfort of your home. We're here to help and we're glad to answer any questions you may have about our products or services. We look forward to hearing from you and we congratulate you on your new adventure!

  • MultiSystem TVs for Overseas Use

    multisystem tvs for overseas useIf you live abroad, are planning an overseas relocation or simply want to purchase a specific model or brand of TV that may not be available in your home country, a MultiSystem TV is the perfect solution.
     
    As you may or may not know, the standard voltage of electricity varies from country to country, as does the standard color system for TVs and movies. A TV that's been purchased in the US will not work in Europe or Asia (and vice-versa) without two things - an audio/video converter which converts the color system to the proper format and a voltage converter which of course converts the electricity to the proper voltage. This is because cable TV, blu-ray players and movies formatted in regions such as Europe and Asia are designed for use only with TVs manufactured to utilize the native voltage and color system.
     
    If you're going overseas and plan to bring your foreign TV with you, you'll not only need to purchase a voltage converter and audio/video converter, but you'll have to take them along with you and make sure everything is wired up correctly. In short, this can be time consuming, costly, and more of a hassle than it's worth. You can always purchase a TV when you arrive to your destination, however, the price is likely going to be higher than it is in North America. The alternative (and the most simple solution) is to purchase a multi system TV that's been specifically designed to work at any voltage, with any color system, anywhere in the world.
     
    Multisystem TVs are not a new idea, the've been around for decades. They make it possible to travel or relocate without issue and enable you to utilize your TV wherever you go, without worry and without annoying cables or converters.
     
    There are generally three things that make a multi system TV invaluable. First, they utilize a simple switch that allows you to set the voltage for the country you are in. No need for a voltage converter, just plug and play. Secondly, they feature internal converters for all color systems (PAL/NTSC/Secam) so you'll never need to purchase or hookup any type of video converter. Third, once you purchase a multi system TV you'll never have to worry about whether or not it will work at your destination country. For example, if you're moving to the UK next year but want a new TV in your home right now you might delay your purchase since you'll be moving soon - but if you purchase a multi system model, there will be no need to make another purchase, you can simply ship your TV overseas with your other items and it'll be ready for use, without issue.
     
    Even if you're not moving overseas but live in a country where electronics might be more expensive than North America or the selection may be inadequate, you can easily purchase a multi-system model that's ready to work at 220 volts and have it delivered to your door for the same or lesser price than the cost of purchasing a TV locally.
     
    Keep in mind that multi system TVs are not sold in stores, as TVs are not typically manufactured to work in any country. What they are, literally, is the normal manufacturer's model that has been professionally modified (after the factory) by an electronics expert with the proper hardware and software to allow it to work anywhere in the world. Because of this convenient technology, it's possible to find a multi-system version of practically any model TV. All you have to do is find a reputable distributor or vendor of multisystem TVs.
     
    So where do you go to find and purchase a multi-system TV? Right here! As specialists with over 35 years of experience, and as one of the world's largest suppliers of 220-volt electronics, we have both the experience and inventory to make your purchase quick and simple at the guaranteed lowest price in the world. You can shop online from the comfort of your own home and have your TV at home and ready to use in just a short time. We carry all of the major brands and have a large selection to choose from, including LED, LCD, and Plasma models. From simple 1080p TVs to Smart TVs with 3D & Wi-fi, we have something to suit your personal needs.
     
    To learn more and to browse our wide inventory of multisystem TVs, visit our website today at 220-Electronics.com or call us at 877-578-0587 for direct assistance or with any questions. We're here to help and we're glad to assist you in making the proper purchase. We ship to nearly every country in the world and have a variety of shipping options available. Due to our large volume, we're also to beat any advertised price. It's a win-win situation! Don't hesitate, with 220 Electronics you're in good hands.

  • 220-Volt Electronics & Appliances for Boats, Yachts, and RVs

    220 volt electronics and appliances for yachts and rvsOne of the most common domestic uses for 220-volt electronics and appliances here in the US is the leisure travel industry. From boats & yachts to RVs and other travel-ready vehicles, 220 volts is the standard electrical platform. Therefore, when you're ready to equip yourself for comfort and entertainment you'll be looking for retailers who specialize in 220 volt appliances that provide a simple plug & play solution to your needs. Unfortunately, the overpriced and often negligible selections offered by many marine & RV outfitters can make it an expensive venture. You could easily end up paying far too much for the purchase and installation of so-so products that aren't really what you had in mind in the first place.
     
    On a more positive note, there are retailers such as ourselves who not only offer our products to the marine and RV industry, but to the millions of people who travel abroad, purchase properties, or relocate overseas to countries where 220 volts is the standard. Due to our large volume of sales, we're able to offer the guaranteed lowest prices on an impressive selection of 220 volt electronics and appliances of all types and styles from the top brand names in the world. Instead of settling for appliances that will simply "do the job", we provide you with the ability to find exactly what you're after - and at a fraction of the price you'd pay elsewhere.
     
    Our immense inventory covers practically every aspect of modern living and creature comforts, including all the little things you could possibly need on your yacht or RV. From large 220-volt flatscreen TVs and surround sound systems to Blu-ray players, ranges, refrigerators and even washers & dryers. Interested in a blender to mix up margaritas while you cruise the Florida Keys or a waffle iron for enjoying a fresh breakfast off the coast of Belize? No problem at all. In the market for an electric chainsaw to trim up some firewood on an RV trip through Canada? We have it, and we can help you make yourself feel at home, regardless of your location.
     
    We have over 35 years of experience in the industry and have provided our products & services to thousands and thousands of satisfied customers over the decades. We've helped to furnish the homes of retired corporate CEOs who made retirement in Fiji, US Diplomats living in Saudi Arabia, and we even regularly provide voltage converters and other products to the US military. Make no mistake, not only will we provide you with the lowest price guarantee by undercutting our competitors, we also provide personal customer service that is second to none.
     
    If you're in the market for electronics or appliances for your boat, yacht or RV, don't hesitate - contact us today. We also provide installation services if needed. Simply tell us what you're planning to equip and we'll provide you with a free, no hassle consultation. When you're dealing with the global leader in 220-volt electronics and appliances, you know you're in good hands. Visit 220-Electronics.com today or call 877-578-0587 to find out how we can make life easier, more affordable, and most importantly, more comfortable.

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